THE 2017 MCPS TRANSFER PROCESS: A GUIDE FOR MCEA MEMBERS The 2017 MCPS Transfer Season Timeline March 6-10, 2017 – Individuals notified if being Involuntarily Transferred March 23, 2017 – Involuntary Transfer meeting hosted by HR March 30-April 28, 2017 – Initial Voluntary Transfer window open o Principals at Title I schools, and at secondary
Need help preparing for upcoming MCPS Job Fairs and/or Transfer Season. MCEA will conduct a Resume Writing/Interviewing Skills Workshop, Wednesday, March 15, 2017 @ 4:45 p.m. – 6:45 p.m., MCEA Conference Center, 12 Taft Court. To Register, please click on the link: http://bit.ly/RRW2017.
March to Protect our Schools: On March 13, 2017 join hundreds of educators from MCEA and across Maryland! Let’s send a powerful message to our elected officials in Annapolis: It’s time to support the Educators’ Agenda and protect our students, our schools, and public education in Maryland. Please click here to sign up to ride
Education Budget Town Hall Meetings: Over 60 educators showed up –and spoke up!—at the first of five town hall meetings hosted by County Council Member, Craig Rice and attended by Superintendent, Jack Smith. There are several town halls remaining in March. Let’s pack the house each time, and show our support for reduced standardized testing,
Nominations Requested for MCEA BOD For Term of July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2020 Role & Responsibility of the MCEA Board of Directors The MCEA Board is responsible for the management of the Association. The Board develops the annual budget and presents it to the Rep Assembly. The Board proposes changes in Association policies
Attention MCEA Members! Join us for our annual Legislative Reception on January 6, 2017 from 5-7 pm at MCEA. Come meet our elected officials and let them know what’s important to our students and educators in Montgomery County. Use the link below to RSVP. Click here to RSVP!
MCEA held a special election for two high school MCEA Board of Directors seats. Six candidates gave speeches at the Representative Assembly and answered questions from building representatives. Afterwards, representatives cast their vote for the two candidates they wished to have on the Board of Directors. Glenn Miller stated, “as a member of the
Support candidates who support our students and our public schools. See who our recommended candidates for the Board of Education are by clicking here. See who will be on the Apple Ballot. Early Voting begins October 27 and runs through November 3. Election Day is November 8.
Join MCEA in learning how to use progressive best practices to advance the academic lives of students! Click here for more information and to find dates and times for all of the course offerings.
Election Day 2016 is almost here and MCEA members are again hitting the polls for their students, their schools and their careers! Make sure the voice of educators is heard at the polls and sign up for a shift to hand out Apple Ballots. To sign up to be an Apple Ballot Volunteer click here